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ABC
Jan 6, 2013 5:30pm PST
assad in months. tonight we asked alex marquardt to read between the lines. is this a leader who thinks he can survive? >> reporter: president assad mobbed by supporters at his first address to the nation in over half a year. in front of the faces of soldiers who had died, he slammed the west and called for political dialogue to end almost two years of war. regional and western states should stop furnding, arming and sheltering rebels, he said, who should also stop all acts of terrorism. assad said the military would then stop fighting and peace talks could start. we will negotiate with the ones that are behind those puppets, he said. we want a dialogue with the master, not with the servants. the united nations says the civil war has left more than 60,000 syrians dead. in his only interview with american media during this conflict, assad told abc's barbara walters that his forces targeted terrorists, not civilian protesters. >> what is the misconception if there is any, about the protests? >> we don't kill our people. nobody kills -- no government in the world kills its people unless --
ABC
Jan 7, 2013 3:00am PST
and senator john kerry expected to take over. >>> rare speech from syrian president bashar assad has drawn a quick and blunt reaction from the obama administration. a defiant assad rejected international calls to step down and tried to justify his crackdown on anti-government rebels. he outlined plans for a national reconciliation conference and new constitution as well. but the u.s. state department says the syrian leader is "detached from reality." >> spokesperson for the state department released a statement saying, quote, assad has lost legitimacy and must step aside to enable a political solution and democratic transition that meets aspirations of the syrian people. you would think at this point. 60,000 syrians have been killed since this broke out two years ago. how do you negotiate peace with that much blood on the streets? >> exactly. what is fascinating is what he is floating as something that he floated years ago, and -- just, didn't have any teeth. just wasn't credible. i think also, at this point. even the turkish head of state, former ally, is speaking out against assad. he ju
ABC
Jan 7, 2013 4:30am PST
president bashar al-assad as "out of touch with reality." in the wake of the first public address in six positives, in front of a support ever crowd he was defiant in the face of demands he step down and vowed to continue to fight the rebels in the civil war that is now two years old. bashar al-assad proposes a peace plan to allow him to stay in power and condemned western and regional support for rebels. >> the fear of a new flu epidemic with the fiercest outbreak of the flu in a decade is coming to california. what you can do to protect your family. >> a better cup of cocoa. it has nothing to do with >> good morning, everyone, on abc7 morning news, a monday. the camera toward san francisco you can see a scant chance of, well, a little rain later in the week with mike with the forecast coming up. >> if you do not have a flu shot yet, it is the earliest and fiercest outbreak of the flu in a decade with patients flooding the emergency rooms across the country and hit 41 states and still on the move. more than 2,200 people in the hospital and one of them, or of those, 18 children have died
ABC
Jan 7, 2013 4:00am PST
bashar assad gave his first speech in months. he rejected calls to step down and tried to just fie his crackdown on government rebels. he outlined what he called a peace plan, including a new constitution. a state department official says he's detached from reality. >>> rescue teams are spending another day looking for the head of the famded missoni design house. >>> hillary clinton returns to her office at the state department today for the first time in a month. clinton was released from the hospital last week after being treated for a blood clot. before that, she came down with a stomach flu and suffered a concussion. her time as secretary of state is expected to end within days. >>> a 17-year-old alabama high school student is due in court this morning, accused of plotting to blow up his school. police say the suspect, derek shrouf is a self-proe lamed white supremacist. he's been charged as an adult with attempted murder after a teacher discovered a disturbing journal. >> the journal contained several plans that looked like potential terrorist attacks and attacks of violence and d
ABC
Jan 7, 2013 5:00am PST
bashar al-assad as "out of touch with reality." this in the wake of his first public address in six months. in front of a supportive crowd, assad was defiant in the face of demands he step down and vowed to continue fighting the rebels. he proposed a plan to allow him to stay in power and condemned western and regional support for the rebels. >> coming up, the fear of a new flu epidemic, the earliest and fiercest in a decade. >> enjoying a better cup of cocoa, which has nothing to do with >> actress lindsay lohan will appear in court on a manhattan nightclub cat fight. we will let you know what happens. in november, she was accused of getting into a bar fight with a palm reader and sucker punching her. lindsay lohan was charged with misdemeanor assault at hearing. the prosecution will reveal whether they plan to investigate a case but they are investigating the palm reader so we may have to wait, the latest legal struggle for the 26-year-old who has struggled with drug drug and alcohol who s been in rehab five times since 2007. >> the earliest and fierce of the flu outbreak in a dec
ABC
Jan 6, 2013 4:00am PST
, everyone. >>> in the news the defiant president bashar assad made a speech. he called for a national fight until in his words every terrorist is dead. >>> a shell oil rig that ran aground in alaska could be towed as early as today. naval architects said it was safe to move. the job will begin as soon as the weather is good enough. >>> former french citizen and actor gerard depardieu got a big welcome to his adopted new homeland. vladimir putin sat down with him and gave him at that point a russian passport. he left france because he says of its high taxes. >>> finally talk about a big catch, a bluefin tuna has sold at tokyo auction for a record 1.75 million bucks. how about that? >> that's a lot of money. >> three times the previous high making for some probably very expensive and hopefully very good sushi. >>> time over to the incomparable ginger zee. >> i like the adjective, ron. warm in miami and will stay that way. for the bowl tomorrow it will be dry. it hasn't been this morning and won't be for some of the day. let's look at the live shot there. powers back in the clouds i'm referrin
ABC
Jan 6, 2013 8:00am PST
to see this in the senate and what deval patrick has to do. the other large bore is bashar assad. he gave a speech that was given in syria. he said "i'm not negotiating with terrorists." take that. yeah, sounds familiar. he is -- we keep waiting for him to fall, 60,000 syrians killed in this violence and no sign of -- >> amazing he lasted this long. >> mine is not exactly a new face. joe biden. on new year's day showed he is the one in the white house that can still work with congress. i think this is going to be a big year for biden because if the president is going to get anything accomplished with congress, it's clear he will need biden to work directly with them. i look for biden and wonder if it's going to make or break his prospects. >> they call him the mcconnell whisperer. >> i spent a day with susana martinez, a republican hispanic governor of new mexico when she took office a year ago, she had a deficit and came in, worked with the democratic legislature, balanced the budget. they no longer has a deficit and right now the president is considering signing katie's law which has to
ABC
Jan 7, 2013 7:00am PST
, the white house has rejected a new proposal from syrian dictator bashar al assad. in a rare speech sunday, he offered to draw up a new constitution and to begin a peace process to end the civil war in his country that has now claimed more than 60,000 lives. he refused to step down or even negotiate with rebels. >>> the nation's largest banks are reportedly close to striking a deal over foreclosure abuses. 14 banks, including chase, bank of america, citigroup, and wells fargo, are expected to agree to a $10 billion settlement. that money will be used to reimburse evicted home oowners d help lower the balances of other struggling homeowners. >>> an invasion off the coast of southern california. squid, giant squid are racing towards shore. look at this. not your typical five-pounders. we're not talking calamari. we're talking babies that are 25 pounds or more. so many, in fact, that the two fishermen that you see here, caught 800 of them, in two boats in just two hours. reportedly, feeding on krill coming in with the tide, which makes me feel not one bit better about it. it certainly makes i
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